Word:   
Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with crosses:

5 letters:
or as


6 letters:
all as,
for as,
nor as,
or has,
war as,
law as,
saw as


7 letters:
loss as,
laws as,
all has,
ball as,
call as,
door as,
fall as,
gone as,
half as,
hall as,
law was,
long as,
more as,
nor has,
or u.s.,
paul as,
saw was,
song as,
talk as,
tall as,
walk as,
wall as,
war has,
law has,
mass as,
pass as,
all was,
auf das,
born as


8 letters:
cross as,
loss has,
all u.s.,
broad as,
drawn as,
faux pas,
for u.s.,
long has,
more has,
paul has,
shaw was,
small as,
wall has,
wrong as,
boss was,
false as,
force as,
horse as,
loss was,
class as,
glass as,
house as,
falls as,
laws was,
songs as,
walls as,
ball was,
board as,
call was,
court as,
cross on,
cross up,
along as


9 letters:
clause as,
fought as,
strong as,
taught as,
course as,
cross was,
force has,
horse has,
source as,
though as,
class has,
house has,
board has,
called as,
court has,
before as,
author as


10 letters:
thought as,
course has,
source has,
clause was,
because as,
as long as,
author has,
before was


11 letters:
thought has,
thoughts as,
assault was,
daughter as


12 letters:
daughter has


Some other possibilities:

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See crosses used in context: 54 rhymes, 10 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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